Three houses damaged after car crashed into Boston property
Three houses have been damaged by flying debris following a car crash on a residential street. The incident is believed to have happened at 6am in Freiston Road, Boston.
Bricks, glass and plastic can be seen in the area where the crash took place. Neighbours do not believe anyone was badly hurt.
Michael Bastow, 80, lives in one of the affected houses. His window was smashed and there was debris all over garden.
“I didn’t know anything about it at first,” he said. “My wife heard a big bang at about 6am.
“She heard it from the back bedroom. A young lad looked really shook up.”
Lincolnshire Police has been contacted for a response on the incident. The car pictured is believed to be the owners and not the vehicle that crashed into the house, which is reported to have been towed away.
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